Artificial Intelligence in the Changing Business Landscape

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The University of Delaware’s MBA Student Association invites all who are interested in learning more about the intersection of business and technology through Artificial Intelligence to attend the 4th Annual MBASA Conference: Artificial Intelligence in the Changing Business Landscape on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020.

Featured sessions and speakers will include:

  • Optimizing for the Best Practices in the Latest Business Models
    • Keynote Speaker: Ray Quinlan, Chairman and CEO of Sallie Mae
  • Business & Technology – the Skills Needed to Get Ahead
    • Panelists: Sharon Kelly Hake, Jane Abitanta, Mark Manniso, Victoria Luttrel, Daphne McRae, Rysheema Dixton and Wendy Scott
    • Moderator: Lynn Evans
  • Workshops
    • The Executive Presence and Ethics in Business Environment
      • Panelists: Linda Farquhar, Jane Abitanta, Alfred Mangeniello, Victoria Luttrel, Daphne McRae and Mark Manniso
      • Moderator: Maria Gunther
    • Job Applications Strategy and Career Talk
      • Speaker: Sarah Andrus

The 2020 MBASA Conference will take place in UD’s Trabant Student Center. The conference will begin at 12:00 PM with registration and lunch, followed by presentations and workshops and ending with a networking reception from 5:00 to 6:30 PM.

Register now for the 2020 MBASA Conference.

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